In 2006 and 2007, the "Emma Bag," a small oval sized bag named after Emma Roberts, was created. In 2007, Hayden Panettiere, an actress on the NBC television series Heroes, designed a new bag for Dooney & Bourke For 2007/2008, actress Hayden Panettiere has taken over the creation of her own line of Dooney & Bourke bags, including the Hayden bag, and the patent leather bag known as the 'Chiarra'. The 2006 representative for Dooney & Bourke was actress Emma Roberts of Aquamarine and Unfabulous, the niece of Julia Roberts. Other celebrities including Mischa Barton from The O.C., Lindsay Lohan, and Michelle Trachtenberg have modeled in advertisements for Dooney & Bourke in past years.
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Sara Paxton, father is of part Scottish ancestry. Nia Peeples, actress and singer. Lou Diamond Phillips, biological father was of mostly Scottish descent. Freddie Prinze Jr., actor, small amount of Scottish ancestry. Margaret Qualley, actress. Amber Rose, Model, Actress, mother is of half Scottish descent. Burt Reynolds, small amount of Scottish ancestry. Rachel Ray, television personality, chef. Jason Ritter, actor, small amount of Scottish ancestry. AnnaSophia Robb, of part Scottish descent. Emma Stone, actress, of part Scottish descent. Emma Roberts, small amount of Scottish ancestry. Julia Roberts, small amount of Scottish ancestry. Sarah Roemer, small amount of Scottish ancestry.
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Sara Paxton. Katy Perry – father of English descent; mother of partial English descent. Michelle Phillips. Elvis Presley. Iggy Pop. Romina Power. Tony Rice. Kevin Richardson. James Root – guitarist. Tommy Shaw. Ashlee Simpson – both parents of mostly English descent. Jessica Simpson – both parents of mostly English descent. Slash – rock guitarist. Grace Slick – singer and former model; her mother is a direct descendant of Mayflower passengers. Matt Sorum – drummer. Britney Spears – maternal grandmother of English descent; father mostly of English descent. Jamie Lynn Spears – maternal grandmother of English descent; father mostly of English descent. Izzy Stradlin – rock musician.
A list of American films released in 2011.
American films of 2013
This is a list of American films released in 2013.
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The following is an overview of the events of 2011 in film, including the highest-grossing films, film festivals, award ceremonies and a list of films released and notable deaths. More film sequels were released in 2011 than any other year before it, with 28 sequels released. Film critic Scout Tafoya considers 2011 as the best year for cinema, countering the notion of 1939 being film's best year overall and citing important developments in cinematic expression during 2011.
This is the list of episodes for The Late Late Show with Craig Ferguson in 2012.
Aquamarine – Clare (Emma Roberts). Autumn in My Heart – Shin Yoo-mi (Han Na-na). Bear in the Big Blue House – Shadow (Tara Mooney). Black & White: The Dawn of Justice – Lan Hsi-Ying (Janine Chang). Bride Wars – Emma Allen (Anne Hathaway). Camp Rock – Tess (Meaghan Jette Martin). The Cloverfield Paradox – Ava Hamilton (Gugu Mbatha-Raw). Cold Case – Elissa (Marisol Nicholls). Day of the Dead – Corporal Sarah Cross/Bowman (Mena Suvari). Deep Blue Sea – Bird (Mary Kay Bergman (voice)/Frank Welker (song)) (Software Edition). Flying Swords of Dragon Gate – Zhang Xiao Wen (Gwei Lun-mei). Goodbye Christopher Robin – Olive / Nou (Kelly Macdonald).
A list of American films released on 2009.
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Sara Paxton. Scandal (Japan). Scatman John. Scorpions (band) (Germany). Scouting For Girls. The Script (Ireland). Sean Kingston. SEARCH (Malaysia). Sepultura. Serebro (Worldwide). Shakira (Colombia). SHE Band (Indonesia). Sheila on 7 (Indonesia). Sia (2001-2017). Silent Sanctuary (Philippines). Simon and Garfunkel. Skank. Spandau Ballet. Stereopony (Japan). Stonebwoy (Ghana). Slim Whitman. Stan Walker (Australia). Steps. Steve Barakatt. Seven Network (Australia). Sergey Lazarev (Russia). The Strokes. Sıla Gençoğlu (Turkey). Spitalfield. Sasha Dobson. Shila Amzah (Malaysia). Skrillex. Slayer. Slot Machine (band) (Thailand). Smash Mouth. Snoh Aalegra (Sweden). Son Dam Bi (Korea). Sonny Moore.
A list of fantasy films released in the 2000s.
The following is an overview of events in 2007 in film, including the highest-grossing films, award ceremonies and festivals, a list of films released and notable deaths. The highest-grossing film of the year was Pirates of the Caribbean: At World's End, which was just ahead of Harry Potter and the Order of the Phoenix. 2007 is often considered one of the greatest years for film in the 21st century. As of 2019, this was the last year in which no film grossed at least $1 billion at the worldwide box office.
Sara Paxton born April 25, 1988. Alice Pearce 1917–1966. Patricia Pearcy born September 10, 1946. Nia Peeples born December 10, 1961. Amanda Peet born January 11, 1972. Mary Beth Peil born June 25, 1940. Elizabeth Peña 1959–2014. Piper Perabo born October 31, 1976. Rosie Perez born September 6, 1964. Elizabeth Perkins born November 18, 1960. Millie Perkins born May 12, 1938. Rhea Perlman born March 31, 1948. Pauley Perrette born March 27, 1969. Valerie Perrine born September 3, 1943. Donna Pescow born March 24, 1954. Bernadette Peters born February 28, 1948. Jean Peters 1926–2000. Susan Peters 1921–1952. Amanda Peterson 1971–2015. Cassandra Peterson born September 17, 1951.
List of former child actors from the United States
Sara Paxton (born 1988). James Paxton (born 1994). Michael Pearlman (born 1972). Josh Peck (born 1986). Meeno Peluce (born 1970). Nicola Peltz (born 1995). Karen Pendleton (born 1946). Sean Penn (born 1960). Radames Pera (born 1960). Gerald Perreau-Saissine (born 1938). Gigi Perreau (born 1941). Bradley Steven Perry (born 1998). Bernadette Peters (born 1948). Chris Petersen (born 1963). Pat Petersen (born 1966). Paul Petersen (born 1945). Amanda Peterson (1971–2015). Madison Pettis (born 1998). Jade Pettyjohn (born 2000). Shawn Phelan (1975–1998). Vonda Phelps (1915–2004). Mackenzie Phillips (born 1959). River Phoenix (1970–1993). Alexandra Picatto (born 1983). Bradley Pierce (born 1982).
A list of American films released in 2007. No Country for Old Men won the Academy Award for Best Picture and the Satellite Award for Best Film – Drama. Sweeney Todd: The Demon Barber of Fleet Street won the Golden Globe Award for Best Motion Picture – Musical or Comedy. Juno won the Satellite Award for Best Film – Musical or Comedy.
Unfabulous and More: Emma Roberts
Emma Roberts' official music site (including audio and music video streams). Emma Roberts' Unfabulous: The Soundtrack clip (with demo version of "I Wanna Be" and alternate album track listing).
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On September 27, 2005, shortly after the premiere of the show's second season, Columbia Records and Nick Records released the album Unfabulous and More, which serves as both the show's soundtrack and as Emma Roberts' debut album.
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Wild Child is a 2008 teen comedy film directed by Nick Moore and starring Emma Roberts, Alex Pettyfer, Georgia King, Kimberley Nixon, Juno Temple, Linzey Cocker, Sophie Wu, Aidan Quinn and Natasha Richardson. Poppy Moore, an affluent Malibu teenager, executes a wild prank to ruin all of her father's girlfriend's belongings in front of her friends, telling everyone to throw away whatever they want and take it for themselves. When her father Gerry arrives on the scene, he announces that he is sending her to a boarding school in England. Arriving at the school, Abbey Mount, Poppy meets the headmistress Mrs.
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Sara Paxton performing the song heard during the credits, titled "I Need A Hero", which she also wrote with Michael Jay and Johnny Pedersen. Star of the film Drake Bell composed (along with Michael Corcoran) and recorded a song for the movie entitled "Superhero! Song" during the movie's post-production. Co-star Sara Paxton provided backup vocals for the song. This song can be heard in the credits of the movie, however it is credited as being titled "Superbounce". It originally appeared on Bell's MySpace Music page. It was released in iTunes Store as a digital downloadable single on April 8, 2008.
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Nickelodeon Australian Kids' Choice Awards. 2008 – Favorite Movie Star for Emma Roberts. 2007 – Favorite Movie. Teen Choice Awards. 2007 – Choice Movie Actress: Comedy for Emma Roberts. 2007 – Choice Movie: Breakout Female for Emma Roberts. Young Artist Awards. 2007 – Best Family Feature Film (Comedy or Drama). 2007 – Best Performance in a Feature Film – Leading Young Actress for Emma Roberts. 2007 – Best Performance in a Feature Film – Young Ensemble Cast for Emma Roberts, Josh Flitter, Amy Bruckner and Kay Panabaker.
In this sequel, Marnie Piper (Sara Paxton) and her brother, Dylan Piper (Joey Zimmerman), go to Witch University to attend college in Halloweentown. While at college, dark forces try to control her magic. This is the only Halloweentown film to not feature Kimberly J. Brown as Marnie Piper, who played the role in the previous three films. In addition, Emily Roeske did not reprise her role as Sophie Piper. This film also makes the Halloweentown series one of the first Disney Channel Original Movies to produce a fourth installment. The premiere scored 7.5 million viewers.
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The film stars an ensemble cast, which includes David Arquette, Neve Campbell, Courteney Cox, Emma Roberts, Hayden Panettiere, Anthony Anderson, Alison Brie, Adam Brody, Rory Culkin, Marielle Jaffe, Erik Knudsen, Mary McDonnell, Marley Shelton and Nico Tortorella. The film takes place on the fifteenth anniversary of the original Woodsboro murders and involves Sidney Prescott returning to the town after ten years, as part of her book tour. As soon as she arrives, Ghostface once again begins killing students from Woodsboro High, relying on the rules of remakes.
Sara Paxton revealed that she only auditioned for the film as an acting exercise and was not expecting to obtain the role. In an interview, Paxton stated, "In the audition, Dennis was like, 'So how’s your swimming ability?' And I was like, 'I played a mermaid. I’m an amazing swimmer. You have no idea. I’m great.' And they were like, 'Oh wow, she’s a great… Hey, she’s a good swimmer.' Then I actually got on set and I just remember submerging under water and hearing, 'Cut! Oh my God, she is drowning! She is drowning right now. Somebody get her some floaties, something!' I guess I wasn’t that good. I was more talk."
The Art of Getting By is a 2011 American romantic comedy-drama film starring Freddie Highmore, Emma Roberts, Michael Angarano, Elizabeth Reaser, Sam Robards, Rita Wilson and Blair Underwood. It is the first feature by writer-director Gavin Wiesen. The film premiered under the title Homework at the 2011 Sundance Film Festival. George (Freddie Highmore) is a loner high school student with a penchant for drawing and skipping class. He has a nihilistic view of the world which is why he never does homework and skips school frequently. His academic delinquency puts him on academic probation. One day while on the school roof he encounters another classmate, Sally (Emma Roberts), smoking.
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Thurber and starring Jennifer Aniston, Jason Sudeikis, Emma Roberts, Will Poulter, Nick Offerman, Kathryn Hahn, Molly Quinn, and Ed Helms. The film's screenplay was written by Bob Fisher, Steve Faber, Sean Anders, and John Morris, based on a story by Fisher and Faber. The plot follows a small-time pot dealer (Sudeikis) who convinces his neighbors to help him by pretending to be his family, in order to smuggle drugs from Mexico into the United States. The film was released on August 7, 2013 by New Line Cinema through Warner Bros. Pictures.